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- Scanning Deviant and Standard Brains for Science
- Narrated by: Ric Chetter
- Length: 3 hrs
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Artificial intelligence (AI). These two words bring to mind many emotions and thoughts. What are its applications, its benefits, and the dangers? How will it affect the future? How are today’s technologies affecting us now? What is its impact on millenials and the 21st century? What is the difference between strong and weak AI? What situations must we consider? How will it affect marketing and education? What about smart computers and neural networks, what does their future look like?
Psychopaths and sociopaths - what’s the difference? Learn what they mean and what the signs of a real psychopath are. What lies within a psychopath’s mind? What role does a conscience have inside a psychopath? Learn how to find and handle a psychopath. Listen to remedies and treatments. Learn about a psychopath’s sneaky ways of manipulating others.
Learn about dissociative identity disorder, more commonly known as split personality disorder. Find out the truth behind the many false myths that surround it and how to comprehend the condition. Find out why some people have it, as well as the dependencies that come with it. Learn tips for those who have it and the pros and cons of various treatments, and much more.
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Stuff like this makes you realize how much we depend on what is happening in our heads. There are so many things you can do to increase the capacity of your brain. Good stuff. Thanks.
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This is the kind of book I was looking for, even though the topics vary. First, it starts off with talking about artificial intelligence (did I spell that right?) and neural networks. This may not be directly related to the brain for some, but it actually is, because those neural networks are mimicking our brains and become superior in some aspects (actually, a lot). It's the future, and Elon Musk, even though he sometimes just rambles about dumb stuff, doesn't stop talking about it.
Then it goes into split personality disorders. We've all seen the movies, but what is it and how do you recognize it? Do a lot of people have it? What blew my mind, was that it said that even a few percent of the population actually has some light form of that disorder, even though they don't always show it.
Other topics were similarly intriguing, which makes it a must-listen in my eyes.
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